Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt writes about education and crime using serial killer Belle Gunness and The Ice Palace by Tarjei Vesaas as examples.
Author: Jerry Holt
Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt reviews two books, Killing Moon, with Harry Hole, by Jo Nesbø and The Lock-Up, featuring Dr. Quirke, by John Banville.
Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt gets readers caught up on Norwegian noir author Gunnar Staalesen’s latest novel, Haunted by Death, coming soon.
Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt reviews three murder mysteries set in the country of Georgia, which is featured in this month’s special section.
Jerry Holt recommends three Norwegian authors for readers to enjoy for påskekrim (Easter crime): Camilla Bruce, Vigdis Hjorth, and Sam Spicer.
Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt travels the world with his latest recommendations, from Longyearbyen, Norway, to Naples, Italy, to Oklahoma.
Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt writes about three Scottish noir authors, Ian Rankin, Val McDermid, and Helen Fields, and their most recent books.
Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt recommends curling up next to the fireplace with some eggnog and Jo Nesbø’s “Christmas crime read,” The Redeemer.
Jerry Holt’s Crime Corner takes a look at the latest releases from Norwegian noir authors Jo Nesbø, Helene Flood, and Ruth Lillegraven.
Jerry Holt writes about finding kindred spirits who love crime novels like he does while teaching in Bergen, Norway, as a Fulbright scholar.